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The Best of the Week (Nov. 28 - Dec. 5): Mobile Zone

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The Best of the Week (Nov. 28 - Dec. 5): Mobile Zone

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Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Mobile Zone (November 28 - December 05). Here they are, in order of popularity:

1. Hot Off the Press: The Ultimate Checklist for HTML5 and CSS App Development

  • In the rush to get your web app off and running, it's helpful to have a checklist that you go through to ensure that your app is the best it can be. As part of a five installment series, DZone just released its newest whitepaper, the Web Application Development Checklist. It's 100% free with a DZone membership.

2. Adding Existing Framework in Xcode 4 and Getting Distinct Values in LinQ

  • Two quick code tips for you today. The first walks you through adding existing code framework while working in Xcode 4 for Microsoft. The next gives you a code to get an array of distinct values while you're working with a list in LinQ on iOS.

3. How To Build a Translator Mobile App with Local Storage

  • This video shows how to build a language translator app. The video also demonstrates how to use local storage. Using language identifiers, this is a great app if you're traveling abroad or want to learn a new language.

4. Comparison of Python and Apple's Swift Programming Language Syntax

  • This post will explore the syntax of Python 3 vs Swift. As you can see, the similarities to Python are striking. I expect with some experience transitioning between the languages will be easy. The major differences actually lie underneath at the standard library vs cocoa base classes. As with most languages, this is where the real mastery of the platform happens.

5. Video: Building a Mobile App with User Login and Registration in Appery.io

  • This video shows how to build a mobile app in Appery.io with user login and registration. Included in this video is creating a page that has a login and registration forms, using Appery.io Database for user management, as well as setting up security for server script and database.



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